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I've been told by someone in the biz that "Product of" means where it is packaged.
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Posted to Thread #29725 at 2:41 am on Jul 7, 2017
For instance, you might find "Product of USA" on produce that was grown elsewhere, processed, shipped, and then packaged in the US. They could have bought garlic from Mexico and packaged it here. It seems, in this case, they may have done the opposite.
Other messages in this thread:
- 29725. Largest garlic producer 30 miles from me, buy garlic from them and see it stamped product of Mexico [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 5:13am on 07/02/17 (9)
- Oh, my! That is a cryin' shame! Go for it: b*tch them out royal! . . . - mistral - 11:54pm on 07/02/17
- At times you could smell the garlic on the wind when I was growing up. I sent them a what give email [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 4:40am on 07/03/17
- Christopher Ranch? That is crazy they are importing! I never thought to check, I buy a couple of - LisainLA - 3:25pm on 07/04/17
- Looks as though they import from Spain, Argentina and Mexico. Other articles I saw mention [LINK] - Curious1 - 7:14pm on 07/04/17
- thanks for that explanation - pmassell_93 - 8:55pm on 07/04/17
- Ah yes, the drought. [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 2:30am on 07/06/17
- Business is business, even in the food world. We may not like it but it is what it is, and - KarenNoCA - 11:34pm on 07/06/17
- Yes, Christopher Ranch. I had no idea they were anything but local. [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 2:29am on 07/06/17
- I've been told by someone in the biz that "Product of" means where it is packaged. - Joe - 2:41am on 07/07/17